Gene Kelly, in high waisted, deep pleated flannels slouches against a wall, with all the elegance of form he made his signature. On top, a sweat shirt worn as sportswear, but with an intentionality of proportion to make elegance inherent. This is what we envision in making a sweat shirt - something with an intentionality to its form.
Made with a set in shoulder on a freedom sleeve, the body sits short and square, dipping to the front, as suited to flannels and a blazer as it is to beat down chinos or jeans.
The loop-wheel body woven in Wakayama, a town south of Osaka famous for its woven cotton production, and assembled in Edogawa Tokyo, our sweatshirt aims to be as versatile a garment as a 5 pocket jean or chambray shirt. Sportswear with all the elegance to beat tailoring at its own game.
- 100% cotton, medium to heavy weight - Loop-wheel body woven in Wakayama - Ribbed crewneck and cuffs - Double ribbed 'V' panel at front and back